Shower Enclosure Case Study | Leeds | West Yorkshire
Published: 12 November 2014
Mr & Mrs Clarkson’s bathroom was small and originally installed in
the 1980’s, with a shell shaped bathroom suite and six inch square pink
tiles on the walls, all of which were fashionable at the time of the
original installation. The tile grouting had become untidy and there was
an unsightly hot water airing cupboard in the corner of the room.
There was a shower over what was a small than average bath and the
ceiling was covered in polystyrene tiles that had seen better days. In
short, the Clarkson’s wanted their bathroom bringing up to date, with a
shower cubicle in place of their bath.
Our designers worked closely with the Clarksons to agree on a new
design that was to include a large, offset shower cubicle, with easy
gliding shower doors, and a brand new Mira electric shower. The ugly
airing cupboard was demolished and a new one was built in its place,
with the outside being tiled to match the new tiling in the bathroom,
which included mosaic border tiles for effect. A contemporary toilet,
washbasin and taps were installed, and the polystyrene tiles on the
ceiling were taken down before the ceiling was re-plastered and painted.
An extractor fan was installed to provide ventilation, and the
bathroom was finished with a range of accessories, new flooring, and a
chrome towel warmer.
In less than two weeks, the Clarksons' bathroom was transformed from
tired and dated to a light, airy and modern shower room, which they
could show off to their friends.
What mr & mrs Clarksons said about More Bathrooms:
too big, nothing too small, nothing too much!!! Clean, conscientious,
courteous - class. From quotation to completion we were kept aware of
every aspect of the progress and costs. No hidden extras. No excuses. We
will definitely use MoreBathrooms again.”
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